Feb 24, 2024
Program Code: MBA_305C
CIP Code: 52.0201
Program of Study for the Master of Business Administration
Admission Requirements: Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; complete application to the Graduate School; official general GMAT or GRE exam scores; evidence of knowledge in statistics, financial accounting, economics, corporate finance, marketing, and organizational behavior through course work, work experience or completion of the accelerated prerequisite program before taking graduate course work in those subjects.
To be considered for admission, applicants must meet the criteria for admission to the Graduate School. Meeting this condition does not guarantee admission.
Location: On Campus and Off Campus. Off-Campus cohorts follow a part-time extended format.
Course Requirements for the Master of Business Administration
Total Required (Minimum 36 Hours)
Required Coursework (27 Hours)
Concentration Requirements (9 Hours)
Choose 9 hours from the list below or from the additional elective options; other electives may be chosen with approval of the program director.
Additional Elective Options
With approval of the program director, the following courses can count in any concentration provided that the course content fits with the concentration theme.
Other Requirements for the MBA
- Thesis: Optional
- Proficiency: Not required
- Candidacy: Required
- Students must demonstrate knowledge and exposure to international business and culture before completion of the degree program, through approved activities such as short term study abroad, completion of a course with an international theme, international internship, practicum with an international theme, or other activities as approved by the program director.
- Students must document valid work experience before the completion of the degree program, through approved activities such as business practicum, internship, documented previous work experience, or other activities approved by the program director.
- Comprehensive: Not required
- Product of Learning: Not required